Choose: Accelerate the digital transformation or lose our European independency? – Mary-Ann Schreurs, Vice-Mayor, City of Eindhoven
Mary-Ann Schreurs, Vice-Mayor, City of Eindhoven will open the Intelligent Sensor Networks 2017, on November 08, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
About Mary-Ann Schreurs
Mary-Ann Schreurs believes in design as an important engine for our economy and being just the right tool for defying big challenges of the city. As the first Dutch vice-mayor of design she therefore introduced design in local innovation policy. Her goal is to improve citizen’s lives by using the methodology of designthinking in co-creation with the citizens itself and other stakeholders in the city. Before she became council member and vice-mayor in Eindhoven, she was co-initiator of (European) innovation projects linked to design.
About City of Eindhoven
Eindhoven lies in the technological heart of the Netherlands, which is also known by the name Brainport.
South East Brabant is home to many companies of international stature, such as Philips, DAF Trucks and ASML.
There’s every reason why Eindhoven is home to the High Tech Campus. In the field of education, too, Eindhoven is a leading player with TU/e, Fontys University of Applied Sciences and the Design Academy.
About Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference
Sensor networks for smart industry (industry 4.0 / industrie 4.0) and smart infrastructure are getting more and more essential. Real time information from ‘the real world’ to support decision making and control of vital processes will be an integral part of business processes. With Industrial internet, Machine to Machine (M2M) or Internet of Things (ioT) traditional boundaries disappear. The conference will give you insights into the latest applications and research in the field.
- Industrial Internet / Smart industry / Industry 4.0 (Industrial process control)
- Smart infrastructure (from buildings to bridges)